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The physiology, signaling, and pharmacology of dopamine receptors

Dopaminergic Alterations in Schizophrenia View all 11 Articles. Dopamine receptors are widely distributed within the brain where they play critical modulator roles on motor functions, motivation and drive, as well as cognition.

The identification of five genes coding for different dopamine receptor subtypes, pharmacologically grouped as D1- D1 and D5 or D2-like D2S, D2L, D3, and D4 has allowed the demonstration of differential receptor function in specific neurocircuits. Recent observation on dopamine receptor signaling point at dopamine—glutamate-NMDA neurobiology as the most relevant in schizophrenia and for the development of new therapies. Progress in the chemistry of D1- and D2-like receptor ligands agonists, antagonists, and partial agonists has provided more selective compounds possibly able to target the dopamine receptors homo and heterodimers and address different schizophrenia symptoms.

Moreover, an extensive evaluation of the functional effect of these agents on dopamine receptor coupling and intracellular signaling highlights important differences that could also result in highly differentiated clinical pharmacology. The review summarizes the recent advances in the field, addressing the relevance of emerging new targets in schizophrenia in particular in relation to the dopamine — glutamate NMDA systems interactions.

The dopaminergic system undergoes a delayed maturation in the brain, suggesting important stabilizing and integrating functions on neural circuits Grace, ; Ohira, Schizophrenia SCZ is associated with dopamine DA neurotransmission alterations during puberty and adult life causing deficits in motivation, cognition and sensory functions Simpson and Kellendonk, ; Abi-Dargham, ; Grace and Gomes, ; Sonnenschein and Grace, This clearly does not question the well documented therapeutic benefit of DR antagonists as antipsychotics, but challenges two decades of efforts to develop new and improved SCZ therapies.

This review aims at providing a summary of the most recent advances in DR control in SCZ with focus on DR—glutamate NMDA interactions across the genetic, intracellula,r and synaptic aspects of the disease.

Table 1 Summary of most recent evidence of dopaminergic alterations in schizophrenia. The degradation of DA is under the control of a methylation enzyme, COMT highly expressed in prefrontal cortex and presynaptic monoamine oxidases. The by-product of this oxidation, H 2 O 2 is funneled into the mitochondrial transport chain to support further DA release Chen and Jonas, DA release occurs in a rather diffuse manner and ultrastructural studies show DA neuron axonal arborization and intricate projections covering large areas.

DA transmission is tightly controlled at presynaptic level, while only varicosity elements define the postsynaptic sites with a variety of inputs cholinergic, glutamatergic in close proximity. DA neurons are specialized to receive high volumes of afferent signals and transform this information into a modulatory tone through a large projection area.

It is estimated that one DA neuron provides input to several thousand neurons in the striatum and vice-versa, any given individual striatal neuron is influenced by DA released from more than one hundred DA projections. DA neurons are intrinsic pacemakers, with a slow 2—4 Hz rhythmic activity associated with a tonic feed-forward control on DA receptor activation.

DA neurons can also fire in rapid bursts in response to relevant salient stimuli. This transient increase in firing rate induces a temporally precise rise in DA concentrations that can be synchronized in within local circuits.

The lack of canonical synaptic release sites and the low probability of release for DA containing vesicles allow a scaling of neurotransmitter release as a function firing frequencies Lebowitz and Khoshbouei, DA release is in fact directly modulated at the presynaptic terminals by a Rho-dependent internalization of DAT.

Recent data managed to shed further light on the synaptic proteins involved in DA release, and how these are linked to SCZ by genetic studies. There is some difference in the affinity of DA for D1-like receptors and D2-like receptors, mostly reported on the basis of receptor-ligand binding studies in recombinant systems Supplementary Material: Table 1. D2-like receptors have a to fold greater affinity for DA than the D1-like family, suggesting that the balance of D2-like vs.

D1-like receptor signaling can change depending on extracellular DA concentrations. Differences in DR affinity may not be however the only relevant factor when discussing DR engagement in physiological conditions. The role of DR in different neuronal populations in striatum can be an example of this complexity. These cholinergic neurons express the receptor D5 D1-like responsible for an excitatory response after a bursts of DA release and D2-like receptors which trigger an hyperpolarization a pause in the cholinergic signaling sequence when activated.

So transcriptional - translational control can be considered a specific part of the DRs activation cascade. D1 may be present in heterologous glutamatergic pre-synapsis possibly in heterocomplexes D3?

Both receptors can inhibit intracellular cAMP via Gi. The D2S is dominant in the cell bodies and projection axons of the dopaminergic cells in mesencephalon, while the D2L is a mainly postsynaptic receptor strongly expressed by neurons in the striatum and nAcc, brain structures targeted by DA terminals. D2S auto-receptors on dendrites and soma are known to inhibits cell firing, activate DA reuptake and inhibit DA synthesis. PICK1 instead seems to be able to control surface D3 levels.

D3 effects can be increased in presence of NMDA receptor hypofunction. See Figure 1 for DR and signal transduction at synaptic level. Highlights on the elements associated with SCZ alterations are depicted in red. Glutamatergic cortical input - presynaptic terminals are in magenta. Cholinergic interneurons are in yellow. Other projections are in gray. DR dimerization involves transmembrane domains 5 and 6. D1 activation is associated with increased NMDA trafficking to the synaptic surface and vice-versa.

The proposed model shows D1 receptors dynamically retained in clusters in the vicinity of glutamate synapses where they interact with NMDAR. DR activation disrupts this interaction and favors the lateral redistribution of both receptors. D1Rs moves to extra-synaptic areas, whereas NMDA receptor reaches the glutamatergic postsynaptic density. D1 and D2 are localized to different endocytic vesicles after internalization.

The overall complexity of the control of D2 receptor internalization vs D3 is possibly justified by the major biological role of D2 surface density adjustments, required in different circuits depending on DA content.

Dysbindin variants are known to modify the cognitive response to antipsychotics. Other types of control on DR density are exerted at source at the transcriptional level.

A recent analysis of proteasome alterations in SCZ points at spliceosome nuclear protein and calmodulin related pathways. Development mechanisms are directly impacting on DR expression. See Table 1 supplementary material for a summary.

Axon navigation is directed by extracellular axon guidance cues, which induce molecular changes in the axonal growth cones in response to extracellular levels of DA via D1 in complex. The current understanding of the role of DR in SCZ is in full expansion, thanks to developmental brain studies and the advancements of imaging techniques. DR expression is segregated across neuronal populations and associated with temporal and coupling differences in activation properties.

Some developmental and connectivity aspects of DR distribution are maintained across species and useful for the definition of SCZ as a developmental disease across circuits Sonnenschein and Grace, PFCx circuits are central to cognitive functions and linked to the different aspects of cognitive deficits and positive symptoms as observed in SCZ. Dopamine release enables the PFCx to compute and generate spatio-temporally diverse and specialized outputs, but these are not a linear function of the DA release input.

Thus, it is quite complex to establish the functional correlates for cortical functions. D1 receptors are enriched in pyramidal cells in both layers 5 thin-tufted layer and 6 projecting in turn to contralateral cortex, striatum, and claustrum.

D1 is important for the correct migration of the dopaminergic terminals which increase throughout adolescence across species. Developmental studies in netrin-1 receptor DCC deficient mice demonstrate a role for DA in adolescent brain axon growth. DCC controls in fact the extent of this protracted growth by determining where and when DA acts. This process can be influenced by stress. The DA deficit in PFCx regions following this hypothesis may be then of developmental origin and caused by morphological alterations affecting DA terminals, pyramidal cells and interneurons.

These neurons exhibit a prominent hyperpolarization-activated cationic current. In this population, pharmacological activation of D2 elicits a profound after depolarization that only occurs when NMDA receptors are coactivated. The cortical D2 mediated effects of the most common antipsychotics antagonists and partial agonists have been extensively evaluated. D3 are expressed by a distinct population of prefrontal neurons and they also represent the main auto-receptor controlling DA release in prefrontal cortex.

D3 expression defines an additional class of L5 pyramidal cells that largely lack D1 or D2 coexpression. L5 D3-expressing neurons are similar to D1-expressing cells in their synaptic connectivity, with projections to contralateral cortex. D3-expressing neurons could be distinguished from D1- or D2-expressing neurons by dendritic morphology, intrinsic electro-physiological properties and by the manner in which DA regulates neuronal function.

In these neurons in fact D3 selectively regulates the dynamics of voltage-gated calcium channels localized to the site of action potential initiation in the axon initial segment, with a marked suppression in the generation of high-frequency action potential bursts. D3 regulates Ca V 3. In fact, D3 are associated to a cortical circuit important for all the different SCZ symptoms.

The reason s behind these extensive dopaminergic changes across areas are still not fully understood, but SCZ genetic data related to ancillary proteins for the NMDA receptor function also support this hypothesis. It is possibly too early to include a conclusive map of DR expression in within these pathways. The DISC-1 developmental mouse model could however help to analyze these circuit s , considering the main impairment observed in sociability measures Sultana and Lee, The striatum is at the center of a DA-sensitive basal ganglia circuit associated with psychosis, SCZ related motor dysfunctions and reward deficits.

The cross talk of interneurons at this level is a main filter on the cortical input. Converging evidences suggest a critical role of the dopaminergic system in adapting synaptic plasticity of glutamatergic inputs synaptic spines. Early in development, the DA system has fundamental roles in forebrain differentiation and circuit formation Brignani and Pasterkamp, , but DA tone also has clear effects on glutamatergic spine density at adult stage.

The recent and seminal work of the group of Prof. It would be equally important to study these NMDA-antibody related changes in the context of the striatal circuits in particular on MSN D1 mediated signal and during development.

There are main differences in the DA input across the different striatal regions. This is particularly true for the D2 receptor function across dorsal striatum and nAcc. The striatal D2 related control on reward is a key aspect of the effects of antipsychotics. The cellular basis of the role of striatal D1 vs. D2 antagonism is still recognized as a main stay of SCZ therapy and the D2 receptor is considered to be directly or indirectly responsible for the efficacy of the majority of typical and atypical antipsychotics.

It is becoming therefore apparent that D2 receptor function is heterogeneous and possibly strictly dependent on the neuronal type expressing the receptor in different cortical and sub-cortical regions.

Considering the role of D2 receptor in the control of emotional, cognitive and sensory functions alterations in SCZ it is therefore important to revisit the molecular aspects of this receptor and possibly even the pharmacology of the different antipsychotics Quintana and Beaulieu, This complex may represent an interesting new pharmacological target in SCZ.

Cholinergic interneurons in the ventral striatum, particularly those in the insula major of Calleja are highly enriched in D3 receptor, making these cells extremely sensitive to DA from VTA projections. Calleja islands are also a site related to adult neurogenesis in ventral striatum across species: these neurons are D3, Erb4 and neuroregulin1 positive. Important discoveries were made in the DA field during the past decade, in particular in relation to the pharmacology of DR ligands.

D2L or cAMP independent intracellular pathways, looking for agents with less motor side effects. These agents are not per se D2 selective since they also interact with the D3 receptor and might require the presence of an heteromeric complex with the receptor A2a for the final effect.

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A dopamine antagonist , also known as an anti-dopaminergic and a dopamine receptor antagonist DRA , is a type of drug which blocks dopamine receptors by receptor antagonism. Most antipsychotics are dopamine antagonists, and as such they have found use in treating schizophrenia , bipolar disorder , and stimulant psychosis. Dopamine receptors are all G protein—coupled receptors , and are divided into two classes based on which G-protein they are coupled to. D1-like receptors — D 1 and D 5 are always found post-synaptically. The genes coding these receptors lack introns, so there are no splice variants.

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Thank you for visiting nature. You are using a browser version with limited support for CSS. To obtain the best experience, we recommend you use a more up to date browser or turn off compatibility mode in Internet Explorer. In the meantime, to ensure continued support, we are displaying the site without styles and JavaScript. Brown adipose tissue BAT thermogenesis is considered a potential target for treatment of obesity and diabetes. In vitro data suggest dopamine receptor signaling as a promising approach; however, the biological relevance of dopamine receptors in the direct activation of BAT thermogenesis in vivo remains unclear. We investigated BAT thermogenesis in vivo in mice using peripheral administration of D1-agonist SKF or D2-agonist Sumanirole, infrared thermography, and in-depth molecular analyses of potential target tissues; and ex vivo in BAT explants to identify direct effects on key thermogenic markers.

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The Physiology, Signaling, and Pharmacology of Dopamine Receptors

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